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Toothpick holder CO1369

€140.00

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Toothpick holder CO1369

€140.00

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  • Toothpick holder in pear-wood and steel.

    Height (cm):  9.50
    Length (cm):  12.50
    Width (cm):  9.00
Design Andrea Branzi
  • Andrea Branzi

    Born in Florence in 1938, architect and designer. Critic on magazines such as Domus, Interni, Casabella and Modo, he was one of the founders of the Domus Academy and is one of the members of the EEC......

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    Andrea Branzi
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CO1369
Always aware of ecological issues and natural forms, Andrea Branzi is one of the designers who is most aware of the potential of turned wood, a material that in his opinion is one of the best available for making "objects with which we can establish relationships, not just of use and functionality but also of a psychological, symbolic, and poetic nature.”